Wastewater treatment facilities provide tremendous opportunities for energy recovery. In phase one of the Sustainable Wastewater Infrastructure of the Future (SWIFt) Accelerator, DOE worked with 70+ facilities to accelerate a pathway toward sustainable infrastructure. SWIFt Accelerator 2.0 provides customized technical assistance in four critical areas: energy data management, energy efficiency improvements, advanced technology integration, and project financing. Partners receive expert technical and financial training, one-on-one assistance, energy savings resources, data analysis tools, and peer networking opportunities. State, regional, and local agencies and facility partners are welcome to join us and help develop and share replicable solutions with the market.
SWIFt 2.0 is engaging with facilities in a voluntarily partnership to achieve 5% short-term and 25% long-term facility-wide energy savings by to implementing next-generation technologies in one of the following tracks: energy efficiency, energy capture, resource recovery, or advanced data management.
Session 3: Cutting-edge technologies
Session 2: Biogas uses, opportunities, and management; CHP; RNG
Session 3: Energy Storage; Policies, regulations, and incentives
Session 2: Process enhancements for resource recovery; Co-digestion; Advanced nutrient recovery systems
Session 3: Biosolids to fertilizers; PFAS (PFOS & PFOAS)
Advanced Data Management
Session 2: Data management communication, storage & security
Session 3: Advanced controls; Smart controls